Nasty ice-brewed dreck offers cloy glutinous wheat slickness and stale sourdough breading to oily hop astringency. Clean water crisping makes up for cat urine waft, but this is some offensive stuff. A poor step up from Schaefer – the dumb beer to have when you’re having less than none.
Nasty white-headed golden-bodied 7.5% alcohol drivel brings cloy soda flow to diacetyl corn malt slumber. Apathetic soapy finish squelches sour peach-pear-quince dearth.
Insipid tin-canned ice-brewed version of rancid lager is flatter and more offensive than already lowered expectations. Decrepitly metallic corn-oiled sorghum frontage, pungent solvent-like oxidization, and stale breading ruined further by tepid malt liquor-like skunking of queasy 6% alcohol refuse.
Miserable pale-toned pearl-headed alcohol-scorned oil-canned ice brew negatively affected by horrid corn syrup mouthfeel and scuzzy malt pungency. Flatulent fizz flattens forgettable flimsy finish.
Mild blandness, overt sweetness, and pale transparence similar to Miller High Life Pilsener. Yet not as processed as its descendant thanks to ‘ice’ brewing, which dissipates the dank tinniness for pleasant watery texture and dry hop finish.
Musty hop aroma followed by weak corn malt souring and bland grain sweetness before cloying finish recedes into metallic deluge. Superficial ‘ice’ brew meanders.
Cloy malt lick and corn-sweetened whiskey swallow dissolve at cereal grain center, stranding delicate hop wave for astringent malt liquor souring. Brewery defunct: 2008.
The original Blue Boar brand mixes ‘classic hand-crafted ale with the crisp, smooth finish of authentic ice brewing.’ But this ain’t no quality brew, folks. Skunky malt aroma and cloudy pale hue mismatched against unexpected cloying nature similar to Rolling Rock (sans the creaminess and dank yeast finish). Serve only to novice ale dabblers.
In weird short-neck hourglass bottle, expectant beechwood flavoring diminished by astringent cooked vegetal quell and cloy corn-sugared malts. Bruised lemon fizz seems oblivious.